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18 races for Cameron's 18th

Running 18 races ending with 50 mile ultra for Chris Lucas Trust because Cameron's 18th birthday

Fundraising for Chris Lucas Trust

Next year will be Cams 18th birthday. To help me get through this I have set myself a challenge. I know Cam wouldn't be impressed with no half hearted, easily doable task, so next year I will running 18 races, starting with a half marathon in January and ending with the epic Thames trot 50 miles in October. I managed 31 miles of this for his 16th, and I know he was proud. This time I will finish it. I know this is a difficult time for everyone, financially as well emotionally and physically and so all of your support, whether that is a donation or a share, will be so greatly appreciated. I will be raising monies for Chris Lucas trust of course, who are doing an amazing job of researching and trying to find a cure for rhabdomyosarcoma xxxx

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Lets fight cancer

We are raising funds for Chris Lucas Trust because we lost a much loved friend to this cancer

Aimee McShannon

After being told she had Rhabdomyosarcoma Cancer and given 6 months to live. Aimee surprised every one by fighting for 14 months until she peacefully passed away in her sleep on Tuesday 30th October 2018.

We would like to raise funds for the Chris Lucas Trust who are researching a cure for this cancer.

Lets fight cancer together please donate now 


Lets fight cancer

We are raising funds for Chris Lucas Trust because we lost a much loved friend to this cancer

Kyle Buckley was a healthy boy until his mum found a lump under his left armpit in November 2013 and a few weeks later his left wrist swelled too.

​Carol his mum took him to the doctors in Bolton and then Bolton Royal Hospital for tests and weeks later got referred to Manchester Children’s for scans and biopsy and on the 2nd January 2014 we got the devastating news my son had RHABDOMYOSARCOMA. Kyle underwent intensive chemotherapy followed by 30 sessions of radiotherapy and in Dec 2014 he got the ALL CLEAR , but on his 3 month routine scan we found out that Kyles cancer had returned but this time on his muscle tissue of the spine.

Kyle got through another tough year held his head up high and got on with it but then 2016 it came back again on his kidney.

Kyle wasn’t going to let the disease win he fought hard but in Jan 2017 Kyle became ill with pains in his shoulders and neck which doctors said would be his cold he had but these pains seem to go to different parts of his body and a MRI scan in March showed that our brave boys cancer was back with the vengeance and consultant could only offer palliative care.


We started to fundraise for Kyle to find treatment but it became too late and on the 15th September 2017 my beautiful brave boy Kyle passed away at home. We decided as a family to help the Chris Lucas Trust and we donated £30,000 of Kyles fund money towards researching and we will try to help best we can from now on.

We think the work you do is amazing and would be a privilege to be able to support you.

We think the work you do is amazing and would be a privilege to be able to support you.

Clearly, childhood cancer and the treatment of Rabdo is very close to our heart.  We don't want to simply write a cheque and then walk away.  I think we would like to be able to meet with some of the people that are working in this domain, and understand more about the trials that are taking place.

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